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  • Ravens fans get a chance to welcome new, old faces

    Ravens fans get a chance to welcome new, old faces
    On a night when three former Ravens return to M&T Bank Stadium, the spotlight will fall on four new starters making their home debut for the team. Wide receiver Lee Evans brings the promise of big plays. All-Pro fullback Vonta Leach and safety Bernard...
  • Which ex-Raven will have the biggest impact in Kansas City?

    Which ex-Raven will have the biggest impact in Kansas City?
    If it weren't meaningless in terms of wins and losses, Friday night's preseason affair with the Chiefs would have an interesting storyline as three former Ravens return to Baltimore. The final score doesn't matter, though, so Le'Ron McClain, Jared Gaither...
  • Pre-snap read: Ravens v. Chiefs

    Pre-snap read: Ravens v. Chiefs
    We’re eight days removed from the Ravens’ first preseason game, a sloppy 13-6 loss to the Eagles. The Ravens immediately addressed one issue the following day with the trade for wide receiver Lee Evans, but plenty of questions still remain...
  • Ravens notes: Chiefs give rookie CB Smith special attention

    Ravens notes: Chiefs give rookie CB Smith special attention
    Ravens fans apparently weren't the only ones anticipating rookie cornerback Jimmy Smith's debut at M&T Bank Stadium. The 27th overall pick of the draft in April, Smith got an NFL welcome from the Kansas City Chiefs, who targeted the Ravens' top pick...
  • Ravens fan of the week: Kevin Jones

    Ravens fan of the week: Kevin Jones
    Belcamp resident Kevin Jones takes his Ravens fandom everywhere he goes. With a collection of get-ups that includes a Ravens clown costume, a king outfit and one ensemble he describes as "like the Heat Miser," Jones lives out the saying, "Clothes make...
  • Ravens' defense is younger than most people think

    Ravens' defense is younger than most people think
    While talking over each other on the Sunday pregame shows, national analysts often make passing comments about the increasing age of the Ravens' defense, as if the team's Gatorade jugs were filled with prune juice and 11 senior citizens were trying to...
  • Ravens' nose guards had a long day in Kansas City

    Ravens' nose guards had a long day in Kansas City
    Bulldozed by the Kansas City Chiefs' running game in the first half prior to a halftime adjustment that salvaged a 9-6 victory, the Ravens' defense was particularly susceptible to the zone-stretch play. As star running back Jamaal Charles rumbled for 125...
  • With struggles this year, questions raised about Ravens LB Ray Lewis

    With struggles this year, questions raised about Ravens LB Ray Lewis
    A helmet to the chest from Kansas City Chiefs center Ryan Lilja rudely greeted Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis, a punishing blow reinforced by Lilja shoving the former NFL Defensive Player of the Year to the ground. Lewis suffered similar rough...
  • Ravens continue to wait for young defensive draft picks to emerge

    Ravens continue to wait for young defensive draft picks to emerge
    The words imparted by Ravens defensive line coach Clarence Brooks resonated with nose guard Terrence Cody, a conversation he hasn't forgotten. Upon his arrival at team headquarters after being drafted in the second round three years ago, Cody was ...
  • Todd Heap's time with Cardinals comes to a close

    Todd Heap's time with Cardinals comes to a close
    The Arizona Cardinals cut ties with injury-plagued former Ravens Pro Bowl tight end Todd Heap today, ending his two-year tenure with his hometown team. The Cardinals cut Heap to make room for former San Diego Chargers tight end Kory Sperry. Heap was...
  • Ravens expected to exercise patience when free agency opens Tuesday

    Ravens expected to exercise patience when free agency opens Tuesday
    The Ravens' goal was to re-sign Pro Bowl left guard Ben Grubbs before he officially hits the open market with hundreds of other NFL free agents Tuesday at 4 p.m. Now almost out of time and with seemingly no indication that Grubbs is willing to eschew free...